I remind travellers to Japan what traditional Ryokan Meals are I n Japan, As Onsen Ryokans are in the mountain range, the meals are Pickels, Bush Tucker (edible wild plants), not much meat but many kinds of food made of Soy Beans. If you expect more Tempura, Sashimi, Sukiyaki, you need to pay more for higher grade accomodation. The Onsen in this Ryokan is very very small but is a white milky colour, as it contains Sulfur which makes your skin silky smooth, however it smells.... This Ryokan is managed by the owner family which is very common for tiny Onsen Ryokan. Don't expect them to speak English.
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included